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Roofing contractors in Pinellas. Dunn Contracting LLC.
Call or Text me @ (727) 410-5717 24/7 or  dunncontracting@yahoo.com
5580 63rd Way N. St. Petersburg, Fl. 33709
  
Florida State Certified Residential Contractor CRC-1326430
Florida State Certified Roofing Contractor CCC-1326233

Roof Repairs

727-410-5717

$ave thousands and have your roof repaired today!

 Roofing repairs for Pinellas FL. by Dunn Contracting. Call (727) 410-5717 right now anytime to get a 100% free estimate at your house today or tomorrow. We Get Busy Fast to fix your leak/leaks and we offer an affordable, great value to our customers! 

Give Attention to Small Roofing Problems

 You may have noticed a few missing roof shingles, or one or two shingles that are loose or buckling but thought nothing of it because the rest of your roof looks fine. In actuality, those minor problems can result in some serious, major problems to your entire roof, especially during adverse weather like heavy rains and strong winds. That’s why roof repair is so important.

 Roof repair is replacing, adding, or adjusting certain areas of an existing roofing system to ensure its structural integrity. Roof repairing encompasses repairing damage to parts of the roofing system, fixing roof leaks, replacing damaged shingles, caulking and reroofing.

 Minor problems to roofing components that can be repaired include:
  • Shingles that are not well secured
  • Damaged shingles
  • Loose flashing
  • Gaps around roofing vents and other roof penetrations
  • Missing caulking or sealant where the chimney meets the roof
  • Damage to the sheathing
  • Loose finishing edges
  • Gutters and downspouts that have moved out of proper position
  • Repair now or pay more later
  • Loose shingles, missing shingles, and stains appearing on the ceiling inside your house due to a leaky roof are all indicators that your roof is in need of repair. The best news is, roofing repairs are reasonably priced. 
 Although it may seem minor, any damage to roofing materials could cause water to seep into the sheathing and underlayment. When this happens, water will begin leaking into the attic and its insulation. By that time, costly damage has occurred, but even more concerning, the water damage could eventually cause your ceiling to collapse.

 What would have been an affordable repair has now turned into a major roof replacement and extensive interior home repairs
costing tens of thousands of dollars. Compare this cost to the few hundred dollars that most minor roof repairs cost.

 One definite consideration should be whether or not the roof is worth repairing.
Roof repairs can save an individual a considerable amount of money.
  •  Call to get FREE roofing estimate today or tomorrow.
  •  We are roofing experts with over 20 years' experience.
  •  We can get you the home roofing services you need.
  •  Get LOW Prices on Residential Roofing, Repairs or replacements, we do it all for less money.
  •  NO JOB TOO BIG OR TOO SMALL!
  •  We clean up after ourselves.
  •  Best Local Roofing Guarantee provided.
  •  Roofing Leak Repair begins at only $50
  •  Licensed and Insured Roofing Company and we can prove it... careful who you hire. You can trust Dunn Contacting LLC.
  •  We will not leave you with a mess.
When your roof is leaking or damaged, it can cause stress for you, your family, or for your tenants. Roof damage can be caused by a number of factors including storms, hail, wind and even time. It is important to be aware of the potential issues that could affect your roof. If your roof suffered significant damage, Dunn Contracting can repair your roof and give you peace of mind that your home is protected.

The major parts of a residential roof

Roof structure
� This is the framework of the roof, or the first layer. It consists of rafters and trusses, which are beams that form the shape of the roof and support the sheathing or the next layer. Drainage features are also established during the roof structure phase. These features, like the roof’s shape, layout and slope, are important because they allow water to roll off the roof. Also known as the skeleton of the roof.
Deck or Sheathing
� These are roofing panels, typically made from plywood or wood plank that cover the roof structure.
Underlayment
� Used to protect the decking or sheathing from water, moisture and debris, the underlayment is made of roofing felt paper or synthetic materials.  The underlayment is also referred to as tar paper because of its appearance. Ice and water barrier (Secondary Water Resistance)
Roof Covering
� This is the final layer on the roof and covers the sheathing and underlayment. Dunn Contracting specializes in shingle and flat roof repairs.
Flashing
� Typically sheet metal or some other durable material, the flashing tucks in the roof covering around chimneys, vent pipes, joints and intersecting angles or valleys that occur with certain roof structures. Flashing prevents water seepage and leaks by directing water away from the roof’s interior and down gutters and downspouts.
Cornice
� This is the part of the roof that hangs over the edges or side walls of the structure. Also known as rafter tails.
Dormer
� An addition that extends up and out of the roof. A dormer could contain a window, create a balcony, or provide extra space in the roof to accommodate head room in an attic.
Drip Edge
� A piece of metal, plastic, or vinyl that runs along the edge of a roof to help water drip off the roof covering. The drip edge is invisible from the ground because it is installed under the final layer of shingles.
Eaves
� Created by hanging the roof covering material over the edge of a house. 
Fascia
� Provides a finished look to a roof. The trim board, which can be wood or metal, is placed around the roof’s perimeter. Fascia is also used to mount gutters to the roof and is installed behind eaves to finish off or cover their ends.
Soffit
� This is the wood or vinyl that is under the overhang that you see from looking up from the bottom.
Ridge Vents
� The aluminum vent that seam that is installed where the sides and the top of the roof meet.
Soffit
� A finishing underside for eaves or parts of the roof that extend beyond the structure’s exterior walls. Soffit vents are often built into this piece to provide ventilation.
Starter Strip
   
� Made of shingles or an ice-proof membrane, it is layered on top of the underlying roofing components to protect against wind and other weather conditions.
Valley
� The dip that forms when two sections of roofing come together at a downward angle.

 
 

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